Sat 02 Dec 2023 9:01 pm - Jerusalem Time

Released Israelis ask to meet Netanyahu

The Israelis who were detained in the Gaza Strip and were released by Hamas in recent days are demanding an urgent meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, noting that the hostages in Gaza face great danger with the renewed Israeli bombing.

The "Yedioth Ahronoth" website reported on Saturday evening, "The abductees returning from captivity in Gaza and the family members of the abductees who are still there are demanding a meeting with the War Council, headed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tonight."

“The danger to the lives of hostages in Gaza is clear and immediate.”

A statement issued by the Detainees' Families Forum said, "The end of the ceasefire and the return to fighting requires that the families of the abductees be notified immediately. The danger to the lives of the kidnapped women and men is clear and immediate, and now there is no longer any doubt about it."

The statement added: "The returned abductees and kidnapped women are demanding a meeting this evening with the Prime Minister and members of the war cabinet, along with the families of the abductees who remained there. Every day could be the last, and it is forbidden to leave them there. We fear for the fate of every man and woman who remained there."

The Al-Qassam Brigades, the military arm of Hamas, had previously published a video of an Israeli prisoner sending a message to Netanyahu, after his wife and two children were killed in a previous bombing by the Israeli occupation of the Gaza Strip.

Prisoner Yerden Bibas appeared in the video, crying bitterly, and said to Netanyahu after the killing of his wife, Sherry, and his two children, Kfir and Ariel, in the Israeli bombing of the Gaza Strip: “Netanyahu, you bombed and killed my wife and my two children, who were the most important thing in my life... Please return their bodies for burial.” in Israel".

It is noteworthy that the Israeli occupation announced the killing of 6 Israelis during their captivity in Gaza, while the Palestinian resistance had announced during the past days that a number of detainees had been killed during the Israeli bombing.


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Released Israelis ask to meet Netanyahu